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Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Announces the Date Utility Now Available!

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Date Utility

As we approach the end of the year 2010 it is necessary to update the default value of CENTCHG (CenturyChangeYear) to ensure accurate dates are assigned to new data within JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. After changing the default value, new data that is created will use the appropriate expiration date. However, the system cannot update existing dates in the tables. Some expiration dates may be valid. Therefore, users must evaluate the dates to determine the dates that should be revised.

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is pleased to announce the availability of the Date Utility. The Date Utility for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne enables you to identify and update an expiration date value in a specified table. The Date Utility is intended to update current dates in the system, not historical dates.

The utility includes two modes:
· Scan to identify the tables that contain the expiration date.
· Update to change the expiration date in a specified field within a specified table.

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
Xe SP 23 or SP 24
ERP8 SP 23 or SP 24
8.9 8.97 or 8.98
8.10 8.97 or 8.98
8.11 8.97 or 8.98
8.11 SP1 8.97 or 8.98
8.12 8.97 or 8.98
9.0 8.97 or 8.98

Any platform

To learn more about the Date Utility, access the Breaking News document (Doc ID 882478.1) on My Oracle Support.


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